As follows from the message on the DigiTimes website, already in October of this year, a new generation of monoblocks from iMac may appear on the market. Given the fact that Apple is equipping new products with Retina displays, the likelihood that the updated all-in-one computers will have high-tech screens is very high.
Recall that the high-resolution Retina displays in the new MacBook Pros have four times the pixel count of previous models at 220 ppi.
As follows from information sources, delivery of components for the new iMac, will begin this month.
Workstations with Retina displays will have to migrate to 3rd generation Intel Core processors, codenamed Ivy Bridge.
However, this information may seem somewhat dubious, because we are also expecting the release of the iPhone 5 in the fall, along with the new operating system iOS 6, because of this, there is a possibility of postponing the release of the iMac to a later time.
Among other things, there was information directly from Marco Arment, who is the developer of Instapaper, about the dubiousness of the appearance of new iMac and Mac Pro models earlier than 2013.